ETH E-Citations: new functions and instructions
ETH E-Citations, ETH Zurich's institutional bibliography, has been expanded both functionally and in terms of content:
- From now on, references from Scopus will be loaded automatically. This service enables the number of current publications for which no manual input is required to be increased even further.
- The eCitationEditor (external link), a new tool developed at the Chair of Systems Design, is available for download to import references from BibTex files.
- Moreover, we have published instructions for the most frequently used functions in the help section (external link), which provides step-by-step instructions for recording references and assigning organisational codes.